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2-1DAHO STATE JOURNAL IViday, August 12, 1960 MARKET NEWS New York Stocks, Noon Quotation] from J. A. Hogle C*. Allenghany Corp, ...10 1 A Allied Stores 54 AlUs Chalmers 27b Amer. Airlines 20U Amer. Cyanamld .... Sl^i Amer. Smelling ...... 5t Amer, Tel .- Tel .... 00 ^ , . . Amer, Tobacco Amer. Wlr. Wks. Anaconda . Atchtson Atlas Corp Bethlehem Steel Boeing Canadian Pac. . 58V 3«4 *$ Chrysler ~ 42 Continental Oil 51 OVF.R COUNTER QUOTATIONS From J. A. HoBle » Co. DOW Dupont FMC Ford Gen 'Electric _ Gen! Motors !!TM~~ 43JJ Greyhound 217s Idaho Pov er 52^ Int. Tel Tel 40?i Kennccolt 82 Lockheed 24 Monsanto ., M Sfl'.ji Hunt. Ward _ . 31!« N. Y. Central 21 J. C. Penney 39?i Pennsylvania \Z 3 .\ Pliilco 25 . 451 . 6:i'i Phillips Pet : nndlo Corp - ... Safeway Sinclair 36V* So. Pacific 201', Sid. Oil. Calif 41'ii Std. Oil. N. J 42 Texas Co V0 q ,a Transamerlca 25 1 * U n i t e d A i r l i n e s --. 32'.i Union Carbide . 121 \\ UPRR 21','j U. 3. Steel 83Vi Utah Power 35 West. Airlines 31'.» West. Union 43'i LOCAL STOCKS Bid Alk«d 8.1S 8.75 13.CO 12.78 33.50 8.75 14.25 Alberlson's Botsc Cascade 16.50 Ealon Howard 11.33 First Security 31.50 First Security Inv, Corp.. 8.00 Gartelt Frelghlllnes 13.25 Idaho Power 4% r:d 78.00 Incorporated Investors .... 8 42 9.1D Intermt'n Gas 67a notes .. 39.00 43.00 Intermt'n Gas common .... 10.50 12.00 Intermt'n Gas 6So bonds .. 80.00 66.00 N. Y. Stocks NE\V YORK (AP) - Trading slowed to a walk late this afternoon as the stock market struggled to hold a strong morning advance. Most Six straight days on the upside gave traders opportunity to turn paper profits into cash, however. No one group stood out in the day's overall advance as just about every major section of the list showed a strong preponderance of plus signs. Gains extended from fractions to a point or more generally, even including the free-wheeling trading favorites who had wider moves earlier. Gains in U.S. government bonds were cut to a maximum of % ol a point, compared with opening advances of point. prices were best levels ot the day due to profit-taking, but here' and there some issues were renewing their upward drive. Volume for the day was estimated at 3,100,0(10 shares compared with 3,070,000 Thursday. Credit-easing moves by the Federal Reserve Board, plus the market's strong technical position after topping a previous rally peak in the Dow Jones industrial average, were behind tha advance. Among corporate^, industrials under their and utilities eased from a strong Obituaries Florence Bolton AMERICAN FALLS- Mrs. Florence Rows Bolton, 74, died Wednesday in Schiltz Memorial Hospital in American Falls. · She was born in Groton, S. D., 3uly 20, 1886, a daughter of Emmaline Riggs Rowe and Sylvester Rowe. She and her brother Tom came west in 1907 and took up a homestead. She was married to Ross L. Bolton March 24, 1909 in Pocatello. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last year. · She was a charter member of the Assembly of God Church in Amer- ·lean Falls and she formerly taught school in South Dakota. ".."She is'survived by her husband, three soiisj Rowe M.'Bolton, American Falls; Charles L., San Diego; Vernon Dale Bollon, Los Alamos, N. M,, t h r e e daughters, Mrs. Emma Alston, Amarillo, Tex.; Mrs. Florence Maisch, Tncoma, Wash., ^nd Mrs Helen Altmayer, Ahston. She is also survived by K grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren; four brothers and sisters, William ,A. Rowe and Thomas G. Rowe, both of American Falls; Cynthia McKiever, Fort McLcod, Alberta, Canada; and Mrs. Edna Carlyle, Pocatello. : Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Methodist Church with the Rev. Martin Dormier, Blackfoot, officiating. Burial will be in Fallsvicw Cemetery with Davis Mortuary in charge. Lillian.Bruce MONTPEL1ER - Lillian Mary Grimmett Bruce, 66, died Tuesday opening. Raits and" top invcslmcni quality issues held to the plus dc. ' Metals NEW YORK (AP) - Spot nonferrous metal prices today: Copper 33 cents a pound, Connecticut Valley; lead 12 cents a pound, New York; zinc 13 cents a pound, East St. Louis; tin. 1.03!£ a pound, New York; foreign silver 91% cents per troy ounce, New York. Potatoes CHICAGO (AP) - (U5DA) Potato arrivals 25; oil track 85; total shipments 227; market for long whites firm, round ' reds stronger; carlot track sales: Idaho - Oregon round reds 3.75; Washington long whites C.55. Livestock BLACKFOOT - Blackfoot Livestock Commission Co. auction: Range sprnig Inmbs 18.25 to 18.60; Range feeders lambs 16.00 to 16.50; Ranch lambs 16.75 to 17.50; Ranch feeders lambs 15.00 to 15.75; white face 13.70 to 15.00. Good ewes 3 to 3.50; medium wes 2.50 to 3.00; canner ewes 1.50 o 2,00; cull ewes .50 to 1.00. Ewes have taken a sharp decline md the lambs .are holding steady to itronger in price, OGDEN (AP)-(USDA) - Cattle one. Calves none. Hogs 25; one lot barrows am ills around 25 higher; 20 heac ot mixed 1-3 215 Ib barrows anc ills 13.15. Sheep 2,000; included two oubles Idaho range spring slaugh- cr lambs by rail; double trucked n slaughter ewes and a few lots rucked-iii sheep and lambs; spring laughter lambs 50 lower tha arly Thursday; feeder lambs carcc; few sales near steady; laughter ewes steady; 2 doubles choice with small end prime 103 04 Ib Idaho range spring slaugh er lambs carrying freight bene- ils 17.50; small lot good to choice 91-110 Ib truckins 15.85-17.25 double deck mostly utility shorn slaughter ewes 128 Ib 2.20; smnl ots cull and utility mixed 2.55. OMAHA (AP-USDA) at Bear Lake Memorial Hospital of cerebral hemorrhage. She was born' April 2, 1804, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Grimmett and Louisa Neat. In November, 1041, she was married to James B. Bruce at the Salt Lake City LDS Temple. A longtime resident of Montpelier, she had also lived in Dingle, Paris, Star Valley, Wyo., and Pocatello. Mrs. Bruce was a member of the LDS Church and a member of the Daughters ot Utah Pioneers, Survivors include her husband, a son, Russell, of Long Beach, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Al Jen L. Ipsen, Mrs. Tom L. Burgoyne and Mrs. Eugene Grimes Jr., all of Montpelicr; two broth' crs, Orson H. Grimmett, Paris and J. Lorenzo Grimmett, Idaho Falls; three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Hoge, Blackfoot, Mrs. Mabel How ell, North Hollywood, Calif., and Mrs. Jennie Rich, Salt Lake City. Funeral services were today in the Montpelier Third-Fifth Ward Chapel. Burial was in the Mont pelier Cemetery under the dircc lion of Matthews Mortuary. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Manning Funeral Chapel 510 North twelfth--Ph. CE 2-719! MONUMENTS WM. WALKER MONUMENT CO Open evenlnas and Sundays by oppoiriment--1609 South FUlh Phone CE 2-3818 FLORISTS Flowers by Ferrera 326 West Cenle;_Ph. CE 2-5471 CALL POCATELLO GREENHOUSES · for outstanding FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS to ple*i« you. DIAL CE 2-7857 Hog 2,500; barrows and gilts and sow steady to strong; instances 25 higli er; 40 head 1-2 205 !b butcher 18.50; 1-3 uniform weight No 1200-250 )bs 17.50-18.00; 260 Ibs sow 1-2 17 .pO. Cattle 500; calves 25; cow steady; utility cows 13.50-14.50. Sheep 1,000; choice and choic and prime 85-100 Ihs native sprin slaughter lambs about steady 18.51 19.50; good and choice 17.00-18.50 cull to good slaughter ewes 4.25 ELI M. OBOLER OboSer to Write Journal Column A column of comment and opinion by EH M. Oboler will appear weekly in the Idaho State Journal beginning Sunday, Aug. 14. Oboler has been Idaho State College librarian since 19-19 and has engaged in many civic and cultural activities here. His column will appear on.ihc Journal's editorial page under the title "It Seems to Me." Oboler d it would be "sbout anything lich would seem to have sig- [icance for the residents of Poca!lo and vicinity, and since the riter of the column thinks that me things that happen anywhere e important, it could be anything om atomic fallout to the latest ;ures on who's watching TV and hy. "It may or may not agree with e Journal's editorial policy, but will attempt to express a clearly- ated, honest point of view that ay or may not be controversial. "It will in general avoid partisan jlitics and religious questions," boler said. A native of Chicago, Oboler re- eived his bachelor of arts degree om the University of Chicago '11 and a bachelor of science cgree in library service from Co mbia University in 1942. He was assistant chief, Lend- :ase Expediting Bureau, U.S r ar Production Board in Washing n from 19-12 to 1943 and served the Army from 1943-46. After /orld War H he was at the Uni irsily of Chicago in various caps ties, including head of the re erve books room, librarian of the niversity College and as lecture n the Great Books program. In Pocatello, Oboler served a resident of B'nai B'rith froi 051-53. He has been chairman o he Pocatello Film Festival froi. 555 to the present and from 195 ntil recently was a columnist fo Intcrmountain weekly news a per. He has been R frequent speake i PTAs, and to men's and wo- icn's service clubs on such topic s censorship, children's rcadin nd reading in general. He is listed in Who's. Who Vmerica, In the West, In America Education and In Library Service Weather -Low tonight 60; high Salurda 0; high today 95. High Thursday 97; low th noniing 51; Thursday's averag i; normal average 72. No precipitation at airport durin he 24 hours ending at 11 a.m.; t al for the month trace of an incl lormal total .24 of an inch. Sunrise Saturday 5:33 a.m.; su ;et 7:36 p.m. Pocatello Area Forecast: Part cloudy and occasionally wint hrough Saturday. Cooler and 'ew sprinkles likely Saturday. Motorist Ordered To Traffic School George Mealy, 355 South Seventh was ordered Thursday to atten two sessions of traffic school on charge of improper backing. Also fined by Municipal Judge U Don Bislline were James Walto Route Two North, speeding, $5 su ponded; Joseph Stewart, Blackfoo speeding, $5; Thomas Buscake 536 Zener, driving without a licens $8; and Tommy George, 51 Ravin speeding, SS. Driver Fined $9 Edward D. Duncan, 3!)6 Roos veil, was fined $9 in Alameda Mu icipal court Thursday on a charg of speeding. ACCIDENT REPORT AUGUST 11 · BANNOCK COUNTY I960 7 195 11 1951 2 494 117 E»tlm»lcd Minimum Property Dam (g Killed POCATELLO Killed Number of Accidents 5 Number of Injured 129 1KO 2 Delay Needed For Transfer Of Heights A Federal Housing Administration official in Boise said it will be 61) lo 90 days before the Poca- telln Heights housing project can legally be turned back to the FIIA. The J. U. Simplot Co. has announced it plans to turn the project back to FHA. Simplot had been operating the project since its construction in 19(8 in the hope that it would make a profit, company ficials said. The apartments have iled to show such a profit and e mw buing turned back. Kenneth Tyrer, Idaho director FHA. said his office has no nmediate plans or announcements out Pocatello Heights because it not certain that the project will turned back. It has been FHA's basic policy operate a project during the me necessary to make repairs, habilitations and renovations, yrer said. When the FHA is satis- cd that the project is ready to arket, it is put up for sale to the 'ghest bidder. Bidding starts at a minimum fig- re established by the FHA ollice i Washington, D.C., he said. The interim management is us- ally done through a local property management firm, such as a real state firm, under supervision of he local insuring office, Tyrer aid. In this case, the supervising ilice would be the Boise office. Dem Farm Meet May Be 2 Days ludge Named n Baby Case Bingham County Probate Judge Winston Benson has been named to ear the trial of Mr. "and Mrs. Elaine Binggeli, Kraft Road, on harges that they mistreated and egtected their 14-month-old daugh- er. Benson was appointed after Ban- lock County Probate Judge W. H. cnseh disqualified himself. Jenen presided over a trial July 28 and 29 on the same charge which ended In a hung jury. Since there is no provision for ivo jury trials on the same case in )robate court, Jensen alone was to lave heard the second trial. The hearing will be held before 3enson on Aug. 30 at 10 a.m., Jen- IDENTIFIED--Marldean Smith, 387 Taney lane, received an apple from the teacher this morning, when she correctly identified one of four mystery shoppers touring city stores during Back to School Daze. The mystery shopper, a teacher at Lewis and Clark School, must remain unidentified through the final -day of the promotion Saturday. Mystery shoppers will be carrying apples. Ex-Pocatellcm Directs Chorus Featured at GOP Convention Mrs, Elizabeth La Rue, 644 North Fourth, has received word from her son, Joseph La.Rue, that .the Chicago Laymen's Chorus, a group, of business and professional men, directed by him, sang during the Republican Convention. The chorus sang twice during the last day of the convention, and their rendition of the Lord's Prayer was televised nationally. Joe La Rue attended Pocatello schools, graduated from Pocatello High School, and was well known here in musical circles. La Rue went into the service in 194.4, and was discharged in 19-16. He attended Idaho State College in 1947 and 1948, then transferred to sen said, in the Bannock Probate Court, County Discoverer (Continued from Page 1.) 'space first," Until Air Force scientists turned the trick of bring- ng an object back through the iearing heat of re-entry and de- sositing it in the intended spot "we were only part way in the space age.!' He said that "without doubt, the Discoverer program has been the most complex program under- iaken in this country and I believe in the world." From here on the rate of recovery should go up, the general predicted,, and there should be "better than a 50 per cent" covery with the rate increasing » the program continues. It was made plain that the successful test of Discoverer and its capsule hasten the development of both the Samos and the Midas ballistic- missile warning satellite project, which is intended to sense the launching of an through infrared enemy missile detection. Beyond upon the that, Schriever looks Discoverer success as a boon to the man-in-space Mercury program of the National Five-day area forecast--Temper-1 Aeronautics and Space Adminis- aturcs averaging above normal with maximums in 90s and minimum mostly 5 5to GO. No precipitation. Weather elsewhere: 3illings iloise Bulle :.as Vegas Lognn 3gden Hocatello Rock Springs Spokane M. 76 !I5 87 106 9!) m 07 85 97 M. M 67 46 84 51 65 62 CO 60 X15 ration. The military's Discoverer is "complementary" to NASA's Mercury, says Schriever. Forthcoming Discoverer cap- ,ules will carry life aloft and back o earth, the general disclosed. Within a few weeks, a small eight or 10-pound monkey will be sent up in a recovery experiment, he said. What did Schriever do to change the. string of bad luck on Discoverer recovery attempts and lit jackpot on No. 13? Well, said Schriever, he had been carrying a new bill fold-'not that I had any more money :o put in it." I changed and went back to my old bill clip (he displayed it with a grin) "and we Mven't had a failure since." (Continued (ram Page 1.) are unofficial. .The official mark is 103,395 feet, set by Cape. Joe Jordan last Dec. 14 in an F10-SC jet. The XI5 was dropped at 45,000 feet from a B52 mother ship. White ignited eight rocket barrels and within seconds so.ired out nf range of ground observers with field glasses. Minutes later the ship reappeared, a liny dot in the vast expanse of desert sky, nnd came down in a spiral glide for a 20(1 m.p.h. landing on the hard 'mud surface of Rogers Dry Lake. White's maximum speed today, compared with Walker's 2,196 m.p.h. last week, was 1,700 m.p.h. In setting his speed iccord, Walker climted to 78,000 feet, then went into a shallow dive to become the fastest human. While reserved oil hij power for the zooming climb, Swim Meet (Continued from Page 1.) Wise said, with action starting in the 9 a.m. preliminaries and finals set for 4 p.m. Adult admission during the meet is 25 cents, with children's tickets priced at 15 cents. Wise said. Exhibition on Tap Also on tap this weekend wil b e ' special swimming exhibitions staged 1-y former Pocatello star Cynthia Simichek, now a member of the Santa Clara Valley team which recently competed in the U.S. Women's AAU and fina Olympic trials. Wise said this morning it ha not been determined whether Miss Simichek would compete on Satur day or Sunday. He said she missec a berth on the U. S. women's Olympic team by just six-tenths o a second last weekend. Opening the four-day swim r ISC Thursday were the S l a t Synchronized Swimming Cham pionships which saw the favore Boise Ballaquaties pile up CS point for the title. Focatello Second Pocalello girls, led by sister Alaine and Amy Cox, finished sec ond with 32 points and Mountai Home followed with 4 points. Boise girls won five of the scvc events which featured novice, jun ior and senior solo competitio along with novice, junior, senio and team duet events. The Cox sisters, entered in th senior duet event, combined to wi 60.40 oints in winning the cham pionship. Pocatcllo's Karen Th; berg garnered another title by pici ing up 60.65 points in the junio solo competition. Man Seeks Father Walter Collins Jr., living at the Nudene Hotel, 24814 East Center, is attempting to locate his father, Walter Collin Sr.. Collins said when he last heard of his father in 1920, he was living in the Pocalello area. IDAHO STATE JOURNAL Puhlljhed d a l l y except Saturday and continuing ivith the Idaho Sunday Journal - · une Journal -,- S u n d a y by irlb- Company Ina. 3G5 S Entered 09 second clasi matter al the PocalcDo Poll Office. Pursuant to Chapter 15V 1833 Sts- Chapter IdaW hereby designated as Thursday the day on which weekly legal notices M-lll ba ouhllihed Subscription f Carrier 1 rr.unth tly mall I month ny mall I v e u r In Tdaho By mall 1 veil oulsldo Idaho 13X Tourist Expelled (Continued from Page 1.) :ion among honest people and h is being expelled. He fogot th elementary rules of decency an politeness." Schultz was the third America ordered out of the Soviet Unio in as many days. On Wednesda Col. Edwin M. Kirton, the U. Air Attache in the Soviet Capita was accused of setting up a sp apparatus and told to go. Thur day Robert Christncr, 27, a tou 1st from Sparks, Nev., was a cused of taking spy photograpl and expelled. The American Embassy said had no information on the Schu case. Komsomolskaya Pravda sa that the incident happened K'KV, the Ukrainian capital, said Schullz found there "a rj cal ready to sell his honor f foreign rags." It said that in return for "rags --a reference to the fact Ih most tourists in the Soviet Unic are bombarded with pleas to pu chase their clothing--Schultz c mantled that this person in Ki "carry on anti-Soviet agitation. Besides the clothing, the' new paper said, Schultz "immediate gave prepayment; three copies the Bible, an American book provocative material and American magazine of the sam nature," Arbon Slates Bazaar The Relief Society of the Arbon DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)--Thei Midwest Democratic farm confer- nee here Aug. 21 may expand nto a two-day affair, Gov. Herchel Loveless said today. It may be necessary to hold iome meetings on Saturday, Aug. !0, he said, "because so many leople arc asking to be heard that here isn't any possibility of han- Iling even a segment of them on he one Sunday afternoon cheduled." Representatives of 12 Midwest .tales will meet with farm leaders to discuss agricultural prob- ems during the Sunday afternoon session. Speeches by Sen. John F. Kennedy, the Democratic presidential candidate, and Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson, his running male, v )e featured at the evening meeting. Loveless said that an admission vill be charged for the night ses. sion to help defray the cost of the conference which, he added, may run as high as $12,000. e University of Denver from lich he graduated in 1950 receiv- g a B.A. in Music. Later he trans- rred to Northwestern University Evanstpn, 111., and then to the niversity of Chicago. In July, 1950, he married the rmer Muriel Jeanne Lockett, of alt Lake City, a graduate of the niversity of Utah. They have one lild, Christine. He is at present secretary to the sistant dean of the College of usiness Administration al the Uni- ersity of Chicago. He is also di- ector of music at Auburn Park lethodist Church. La Rue began his music career nder Mrs. Listoria Harris, 615 orth Fifth. He later studied under !rs. Grace Roubidoux, and then nder Josephine Berryman at Idaa State College. Youth Admits Taking Money A 14-year-old Pocatello boy has adir.itted to police that he took a money sack containing $25 and some checks from a 15-year-old companion. The money sack was taken from Richard Wolfe, 15, 732 North Sixth. Wolfe has a paper route and the other youth took the money from the Wolfe home. Police said the 14-year-old spsnt most of the money on repairing a car but his parents have said they will replace the money. The boy will appear before Pro- late Judge W. H. Jensen Monday. Lawsuit Filed In Car Crash An American Fall couples has filed a damage lawsuit asking $52,. 50(1 in damages for a traffic accident July 20. The suit was filed by Robert and Jennie Schroeder against Idaho Creameries inc., and a driver for the firm, Lester O. Laabs. The suit, filed in Fifth District Court here, claimed that on July 20, the Schroeder vehicle was proceeding north on State Highway 39 from American Falls when it was struck from the rear by a car driven by Laabs. The lawsuit claimed that Mrs. Schroeder's neck was injured in the mishap. General damages of $50,000 are asked, along with $75 for medical costs, SI,503 for future medical costs and $025 for loss of value in the Schroeder's 1955 model car. DS Church will have a aturday at 7:30 p. m. at the bazaa lurch with a quilt to be given way. The Primary will sell food, nd there will be a fish pond for hildren. A dance will follow. Mystery Car Hits Trailer Just who the driver was or where the car came from is still a mystery but it knocked down a picket fence and damaged a trailer at the Newcomb Saxton residence, 1114 South Fifth Thursday. The owner of the car was found. But E. J. Harrop, north of Pocatello, said he had no idea who was driving the car since it was stolen earlier this week from a parking lot on the Idaho State College campus. Harrop said it was his guess that someone started the car as a prank and let it roll into the yard of Saxton. There was a total of $15 in damage to the trailer and fence. Two-Car Accident Injures Three Three persons were injured Thursday in a two-car accident in the 300 block on North Fifth. Injured were Aim Sharp, 3, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Sharp, 330 South Seventh, and Mr. and Mrs. John Parker, 937 East Halliday. The three suffered bruises about the head and on the arms and legs. Mrs. Parker, 64, was driving a 1959 model car when it was hit in the roar by another 195D automobile driven by Paul Sharp, IS. Births BANNOCK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOQUE--To Mr. and Mrs. Larry Boque, 418 Randolph, Aug. 11, a son, SANTILLANES - To Mr. and Mrs. John Santillanes, 331 North Thirteenth, Aug. 11. a daughter, ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL MAYNE--To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mayne, 413 Fredrcgitl Road, Aug. 11, a son. Block's have the answers "What do smart young men wear back to school?" "Golden Crest sportshirts by Kaynee y of course!" nd Golden crest means meticulous tailoring . . tapered cut . . extra long shirt tail . . and best of mother . . wash ond wear cottons that need little or no ironing. Wonderful new patterns colors. Sizes 6-20. 2.95 open Monday nights unlll 8:30 Idaho's Largest Men's Mora Free Parking at Rear Entrance Center St. at First Ave. rOCATELLO

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